Orgasms are beautiful, majestic, freaks of nature that are unfortunately totally elusive for loads of women. Around 80 percent of females can't come through vaginal penetration alone, but it seems there may be some hope out there for those desperate to get their rocks off.
"Super orgasms," which until now were considered a myth, are basically where you have 100 orgasms all in one go. CAN. YOU. IMAGINE.
Thanks to a new research project though, it seems they could be the real deal. Scientists on Channel 4 documentary The Super Orgasm monitored women's brain activity really closely while they came, to see if everyone has the potential to have multiple orgasms. They reckon their findings prove we can all share in the joy.
It turned out the lucky babes who could come numerous times were both more easily turned on, and more chilled out because their brains weren't tied up worrying about reaching orgasm.
The women who could experience loads of orgasms in a row also released the most oxytocin—cringely known as "the love hormone" and released during sex, birth and breastfeeding. This lot are always going to find it easiest to come, because that's just how their bodies work.
52-year-old Beverley took part in the program and refers to herself as the "priestess of love" according to The Mirror. She's a super chill tantric sex teacher, which explains a lot really.
Only five participants were monitored, but the researchers believe their findings can be applied to all women.
Want to know how on earth to have one? Apparently there are three key things women can do to help them reach this higher orgasmic plane.
Yoga, relaxation, and bonding with a partner are all meant to get you there.
BRB, off to buy a yoga mat.
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com/uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.